If you have a liner in your ice rink, you’ll need close to five truckloads of water. As time goes on and the climate warms, your ice may start melting or evaporating. You’ll probably need us to bring a few more loads.
No liner? Count on using eight truckloads of water. With no liner, your rink will usually last well into early spring with no need for top-ups.
We recommend building a rink without a liner. You will have better quality, longer-lasting ice. Though you can use a tarp or liner, rinks built without often have a better ice that withstands the chinooks.